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Top 4 Photogenic Places in Singapore - Natural Sights, Architectural Marvels and Cultural Hotspots

Amongst the skyscrapers and the numerous buildings in Singapore, one can find both natural and manmade sights which make for stunning photographs.

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The Henderson Waves Bridge at the Mount Faber Park

The Southern Ridges refers to a trail which connects three parks, namely, the Mount Faber Park, the Telok Blangah Hill Park and the Kent Ridge Park. Mount Faber Park is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Singapore and it is also one of the oldest parks in the country. The Park is also home to the Henderson Waves which is one of eight trails located within the Southern Rides. The Henderson Waves refer to a stunning pedestrian bridge which is nearly nine hundred feet long. While the Henderson Waves holds the distinction of being the highest bridge of its kind in the country, its architectural construction makes it one of the most photogenic places in Singapore. As the bridge is made up of seven curved steel forms which take the shape of waves, its angles and shadows provide for stunning photographs.

2

Little India

Little India in Singapore is known as Tekka by the Indian – Singaporean community living the city. It is located in front of Race Course Road which runs within close proximity to nearby establishments such as Park Hotel Farrer Park. Those visiting Little India will be able to visit the famous Mustafa Centre, the Tekka Mall, the Serangoon Plaza as well as religious establishments such as the Kampong Kapor Methodist Church, the Sri Vadapathira Kaliamman Temple and the Abudul Gafoor Mosque. Each of these attractions and sights make for some beautiful and colourful photographs. It is easily accessible to those residing in hotels in Serangoon Road Singapore.

3

Marina Bay Singapore

The Marina Bay is another stunning sight in Singapore. The area in which Marina bay is located is replete with spectacular attractions including the famous Merlion, the Performing Arts Centre in Marina Bay and the Downtown Core near the Bay. Ariel views of the Bay are also absolutely stunning, especially at night.

4

Chinese Garden

For some truly serene moments, make your way to the Chinese Garden located on Chinese Garden Road. This tourist attraction has been open to the public since 1975. Operated by the JTC Cooperation, the Gardens were designed by a Taiwanese architect and modelled on the northern Chinese imperial style in terms of architecture. Those who visit the Chinese Garden can also visit the Japanese Gardens, and both these gardens are referred to as the Jurong Gardens. There are a number of photogenic places within the garden including the Bai Hong Qiao bridge which is reminiscent of the Bridge at the Peking Summer Palace, the Stone Lion, the Pagoda, the Chinese Pavilion, Plateau and Tower, the Main Arch Building and the Stone Boat and Tea House. The Bonsai Garden and the Garden of Abundance also provide a scenic backdrop which encourages tranquillity and serenity while providing ample opportunities for stunning photographs.